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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Dally Herild, APPETITES NAVY to the Kennels of IS London Physician Also Tells of Boy Eating One Hundred Pounds of Raw Meat. A ONE Y" APPEf ITE; ...Vegetarians Most. Difficult to "'Leadingf a -Brief but Glorious Asserts. (Special Saturday. D' It. ;w. JFENTTTCK: kept an audience alternately shaking with laughter :azid'shivering- with thing: was pretty nearly aieln to horror In, a he-delivered at vthe -Institute -Hygiene on "Eccentricities Naval Expert Says Proponents of Anglo-Japanese Al- liance Are Wrong.- Naval Board Makes Overtures MOCH CHEAPER Financial Group for Fuftrier Investment. Government's Order Can Be Filled in Two Years, While Five Would. Be Required in Home Slips. BLOQDHOGND. Great tpver of Bogs, She Has Added "Basque 'Sheep Dog Puppies to.--Her Pets. One most amusing- statements! i he had known who I'.' from the disease of "Insatiable 5The earliest notice of it." he 'is to be found in, the Book of Oeneeis. where Pharaoh- conswrtea Joseph 'his' drssm the- XK.Z-- end 'in the lean kine de- .-'She follower" of horsewoman, a hounds- and an" enthusast' at ;polo. i which fash- ionable .though more hairy., IiSfcethe. latter dogv. the Basque is vused for sheep and cattle. I, am .-establishing: breed in this countryr.and; these puppies are now beingr'tratne'd 'tor driving- sheep, later on. they will bVussd track- ing- deer'ln the HibjWd' frests. _ aids for detecting criminals. properly trained, invalu- able In huntinr the clean aid if only! employed the crime is disco v-- (Special Dispatch.) IXWDOX. Saturday. HEX Japan orders for new Dreadnought to" be built in England the proponents of. the '-Japanese..alliance were loud in re-, 'rwrult'iv the almost certain to this act as having been inspired 'v a desire of Fari full of the Basque sheepdog are carried! pricked, an3 they have a peculiar "shambling tection of-the culprit !solely NO'HITCH YET IN LOAN cu npirrrqq JN imniLiiJ Officers See Three Battle Ship Guisers of the Indoml- table Type. MEN AT A BANQUET WITH LRD MAYOR Negotiations -Are Proceeding -Favor- aWy-Despite-Rumors Emanating from Unfriendly Quarters. CSpecial Dispatch.) PSKJX Saturday. "The bloodhound has been known to prove Itj PrinCG Tsai-Hsun'a American visit has several days.old even, and that was not tairtted with the flavor of, business Brought-a tangible in the shape of they-can do so has often been. they argued1, but-staiply in- the Naval Board to the J. P. great deal of interest in the three British Across the Sea" and Similar Sentiments Are Cheered by Vis- itors and Their Guests. (Special Dispatch.) LONDON-. Saturday. The United States naval officers durinf their stay at Portland have been taking saif "Jii ed. Therefore- it often happens, hind; less, crime has .been iw more -tightly great-lover and give them a movement j thing: else has of doss. _'_At.; 'Viscount rathur like that ef si bear. This effect for: the bloodho hunting lodge at Springfle-ld, Oakaam. is rather enhanced by their having- their {from, him over soiled the fat ones witizortt appearing- am Mom better 2or it. That exactly describes the case of the 'insatiable victims. They, will eat almost y, yet are s2ws.ys hungry, lean Hi' favored oa to give instarwes Rutland, -which -is within easy reach line tails docked right o3. a practice which, had the anftnal put 'cm it" in the' fighting- ships. j struction "The report that Japan, while leaving! States group for a loan ship cruisers of the Indomitable anchor announcement con- j tnat Japan is taking up this design by of; Tvar ships in- the United j ordering of such a. ship from ilessra balance for arsenals, dock-'vicken. jwrawSs''if; of bettor. jua .sis' saoch as -the members -of the family ptit-tc- to the kitchen raw codfish, two candles sad several A iboy vtcrtni. for pnr- Jtoises -otiservation, .-ros allowed MO pounds" of meat in besides j JraHjJueratjSe A third patient, gtrl, Tras in-a-waited gar- Meir-'of tired ,-wertLher parents -oC Appetite, "that d5d -xaot'jitapi aftr'eatmsi 'for "Utter, they, oiscov- thatLshe had eaten .ap- ail leaves, "an the small Twigs, ajid had started" gnaw- bough. .Another startler was the .case of ;a_ boy "who, on being: shut up in, -empty room, have eaten an --cldthes. In .response to an inquiry frora-rour correspondent for some particulars con- cerning i -nji I.HVJ or inrse nours. tviiivii i JQ- un- whatever, for they very hardy done, but I suppose when they let her e.actaal facts that Barters, are proceeding as favor- -tbis novel breed. Lady the following as aasae implies, animals." "Are they American officers, of course, havt she nosed about uwtlTshe struck the JaPanese yards perfectly expected, in view. of. not been making: the acquaintance of tbt and persistently 'followed it on over the'- out-moderately .sized s manifold currency complications. (British Indomitable 'a- th- first'time "Ten-, and ihey make splendid watci-Jroughest carrying it Across anfl good destroyers, the! _Tue interest displayed in American finan-jfor a year ago siwlhe Inflexibl.' of 'ground -iystas of monstrous -battle ships is circles .in the possibilities of iavest-lat New York o pits. Toii cart throw "all your goods and chattels into -tUenx-" about .what he called the "ifl-io- he told of people who plastered their food with salt and never sat dowji to witliswt-snjptyiAg thft saltceJlar.- Ke'knew of who never .'lefc' the ta5jle without em-ptying every salt- cellar she'aid. lay hands oa and who i would 'ncrease tea pounds 'in weight in tweaty-four hours. She. teas -.treqastiriy to wesr- ir-dress that had been quite her the previous day. Then he told of patients whose craze was eat paper, these being mostly children, .who would .scrape the paper off the walls their strange. craving, the re- the -formation -of. sodden paper in, the- stomach; which died. or. -got into-serious'. trouble through eating j., v wisps of their own. hair; dressmakers, years ago. Pu comihgr 'very, hard place of their origin, and it took two years [approach-her bed- until, at last; they seat a good England [foe the-.jnanVs little.child. for the child-to'lead him away. "wm j do not think the ill these pups' resemble or old English sheepdog, when 's. both In. appearance and ut. Thfttr coats are very similar, to .the "Add to this the great antiquity of- some little while to" come buildfe' we shall the bloodhound .and his dignified and vessels asMn-the. old handsome, some would say before tlie. Trar I think one may has South an uending Every Ijtngrgy Completion, of iJig Manchurian ____......j itaiy m the'nick'or" time.'w'hiie' the Siama and Farce Brines Odd'Prcj-' {Kashima and.tfie Katori.w.ere laid up-in! "AS everitS-'tufhed ouvbbthl ducfaoff-w-London i 'trars Trere ever sh'ips'i completed, but hail- either war gone on longer or events turned out cuflferenliv! the matter might have had a far morose-' inight as well try .to; inrsr oil and rious for our allies. consideration of these facts would ppear the main reason for the tle-i water as that is just what Mr. ElvG.. Carton'haa tried to do in his new play Called ''Ec-, Advantages to Empire. (SPECIAL 'iStates. From I could learn on the .spot, the South .Manchuria Railway au- thorities do not. intend to lay themselves ro'ess-d 'desire of the time of the wa; wi'th m h3S Russia to cuild all her own ships in fu- centnc -L-ord "The.result-is ana-oly ture. seems now to have been modi- a .good' than -'k- thif and al- stdck' is to open to similar criticism S'ov. 10.19lO.-Tbe Japanese have I though part of the "rolUns ueatly been accused of-natior.E.1 bought in Am erica "I understand that and egotism. It is only fair to say, j nearly'all the locomotives are "to be sf. that it would 1 era to entertain quite iir a more exalted makers who his. a strange proiTO5s'fa .n -i_ chased in England. Orders fo'y rails are to be distributed in a very eclectic man- cotton, string or anything at all .that they ..might be working with, and and. .polishers who drank them- selves to death with their varnish, and polisa. Fiually he had a go at the "the most difficult people in. the world to acttvlty Russian 'English, American, Japanese a apparently enter- j even being on organs of public {Japanese lists. and "the opinion, mere especially with regard to the I concrete results of Japanese diplomacy in South Manchuria. Both thi Japanese and the Slavonic for peace and they inv, that whatever might have in by the score Japan wasan'aeed of rest. Oritlarc tic Cojmeetiiis- As pointed out, in a former-article, tnejcoai mlnin are now hard at work on a j Ia-i an-d consideration that irnuch more risk in constructing A prominent vofficia.l-''at, five whom I conversed cliche same subject'put less." the matter In this he said, v "is investing huge good deal of it borrowed in Corea and South Manchuria.1-. The South iianchurian Railway Company, in addition j' to the bid it is making-for trans-continen- tal traffic in conjunction wlti the'Russian lines further has also initiated--big enterprises at Fushun, Yen- either indepenaently or ship in priricipal more than -is; TEe We, lief -Thaif :i T HE marriage Jaws" .-.'of Scot- a good deal F interest since the "irregular" Scotch marriase. of .Mr.- Fritik Jay Opidd-.and''the young -kaglish actress Miss Edith It is.Tindeed, a remarkabJ. in two years or ?Kt time ut'the'SL Theatre bV'V 'Mr. George Alexander. -and '-his "excellent" NAVY FOR FIGHT WITH AMERICA, CRY IN JAPAN''! company. .Neraief.he atraiencejnor. criUcs'could make be they do; must-be'remembered that laws: have existed, at least tie Scotch law has; since before the of have never is-undo'ubtedly an easy matter minds seem to love extremes, and a strik- -across the Yalu, a.nd conjunction with the Chinese. MiUibas them that vegetarianism Is making them shoukinely thin, and "they wfll that's ,my wiry 'They are al- cold; sreat Japan .They lead a short but extetence. TOD Many or them die of self-inflicted vege- table dyspepsia." ing- symptom of this characteristic is seen this te flaiihed Corear. -and in the contrast between .Russian deprecia- 1 railwav systems for strategical are also being spent on the inaprcvemerits of Dalny with a view to making tion 'of Japanese strength before the warjajlcl econoalic Purposes. will be virtually j chief port of Maccbnrla.' and the present tendency to invest every In conteil: tile "It would be foolish to deny the .stfate- and Corea; _____ sinister significance. and. signiScaace.. The Russians tern of South Manchuria' and Corea, (SPECIAL TOKIO, iSlO.-I long statement to the Japanese clearing houses [laugh. The. result-was, that''it0 matrimony In Scotland, but it jmucA.of-either.-so, .the'play-feir-between IiS qulte ao as it Is itwo stools sometimes ,made out to be in fiction an'd .-In the course of and 'caiil.ef rated -'in 'that an- e presidents of the Premier, i _ Marquis Katsura. offered some remarks" on' of naval expansion which ha've On the con- )e brilliant wit that expect from Mr. Carton's ac- is'remarked in M. A. P. that inany made to hinge upon 'a. plot, as two persons playing in excited -the -wrath of Mr. Masami Oishi, comP'ished pen. Also, it is delightfully nmateur theatricals going- through a. frank advocate of a Ruaso-Japan- i acted- So if can coi.sider it all in the ese alliance and prophet of a coming a very only to find Uiemselves class ioke, as the fast for life. Of coarse ianes- i- rt f u r flict- between JaPaa and the United States. author doubtless intended it to be con- the validity of mar- agreement ij, of paramount im-igical value of the Japan esc. railway sya- TJ cut On the other hand. I found in :he course-iare quick to'se? Japan could readily j that value is really a secondary consiaer- of my recent journey taroagh Corea., and i to the shadow for the entire Japanese policy subsequently orer the Antung-ilukden j substance- as far as Chieatao was con- Pointing to the economic aims To' the au- railwaj-, that the Japanese are not worrv- i cerned> alld China under obllga- rhorities. It mus: be ob-vi.ous that anorher Ing themselves-about what the Russians'tiOn extend the.Kirin-Cb'anschun would inflict almost irreparable dam- think of their-proceedings, but are tO Ihc' .boundarj- of Yencoi, j ase upon these great ent-erprises. War determined to complete the reconstruction! wirh the, Corean line at Holr- work as early as possible. An ins :yong, with -the right in engineer who oa tra-n !'ne line from, Kwang- would mean the cessation of passenger traffic .on the South iianclinria Railway and the dislocation of the export trade he Premier is quoted as having said tne performance trtii prove an en- by declaration depends on the inten- that he was strongly convinced of the joyable One- Unfortunately the average tioa aad free -consent of the parties to urgent importance of maintaining per- wants his fun dished up so n .Xor is an irregular marriage ob- petual peace in view of the conditions rul- that Jt is easy-' to comPrehend. In this tained by fraud, force or fear in any way an; which Da toy chiefly depends for its special prosperity. That this Is so will appear ___ _ ssed co; from the fact that about seventy per'ceni imade to expedite It. Needless to add the''iie at :he root a" tiie stlUooriJ ofjof the revenue of tho port is derived from Russians are more generous to the Jap-1tHe 'Uniled has j exports." JH5S Gertrude Kingston's second produc- aneae in rheir one leadirs, ing in Japan and the actual experience gained during the recent war. "The Prime said Mr. Oishi, "intends to appropriate only eighty million yen in addition to the sums which have already been laid out. This figure gives an annual allotment of about fifteen play it isn't. To get at the humor of it all you need a pilot and then you have analyze it A band of jewel thieves, secret agents of tlie English government, who are trying o! Common enough, however, is what iknoTra as "raarTiag.! by repute or habit" two persons have lived together as roar- have addressed eacfc other as hus- (Special Dispatch.) Saturday. substantial adaition to her innu- lion at the Little Theatre is a vast Jm-j writing that "mere isno doubt 3m in ilarichuria- provement on her first atlerapt and gives j Japanese, with their well Both the Chinese and Russians recognize turn out two battle ships everj-year. When S the Panama Canal is opened, her naval M "IT' Prooably will be taken off Jn Tlfie to the hope that the enterprise will, land sj-stem. will have we road ready all. turn out to be a success. i The Colliery ftaeatloc. '.g that reference is made abox-e to the colliery enterprises of Cie Japanese in jp.lay is a pretty." witty true to life love story called "Just to Get Ma.rrled. to deep chagrin that the agreement implies the extension suprem- i'acy from Corea to the chief town of the evdenof rh Iprovince of Klrin. To quote the language Chinese govemment has C6ntres In view of the actualities of the situation the naval programme outlined by the Premier is merely one of and is worse than no programme at all." j to ,protect a Russian grand duchess from hand an4 wife and permitted others so to nihilists, and a half lunatic lord are all address the Scottish law holds them mixed up in a struggle to get possession '-narried, although proof of marriage may of 3. yacht. The story Is so filled wantizig-even If, in fact, no ceremony jtas been gone through with. a fewjthe man who. as .sometimes Too bad, for such good acting de-jKngland, goes through a a i, before a sham serves a.better fate. TSs liBw Japanese tariff and the naval PrOgramBM! tfle chief storm. the forthcoming session of 01SFES ITS 1ZE Clare cither v that of a woman who thirty, and was dependent on Anything to get her marrl .theme of the story. Throughout bright and entertaining acts open., season for husbands., banted just "as they are every ..irpper 'circles of society, and Juimorous and pathetic sides of the chase 'Trere' cleverly shown, the audience been less fashionable ecial Dispatch.) witnessed its ,w_ x _ 'ig.held as binding as pnste fight recently at the Here v, w rcliab''; thc demand for it is rapidly in-Non. and the quotation of bonds has also when wo American ,l trade and Industry will- thc aaso.intod'to "The by the "Dick" Green, of Chicago, rest for twenty j A bustling colliery town" this organ' "anfl before a crowded house'of Ger- sprung up in the vicinity of the I and afterward repudiates the j could not escape in Scotland, for courts would give the woman her rights. There Is also the by promise." the women satisfy courts thai promised; but. provided she can do so abe clsim tli. nwn as her -lawful iredded husband." In Scotland it fa QBk. unnccessar_ be married ha church, or clergyman or registrar present, by declaration or acknowledgment" be- other form. Parties simply de- or in csch other r that they usual sooner. OP f to the Sheriff of the county have the marriage recorded. inority of Russians in Xorthem M.a- Premier's assertion economic conditions are assuming a in order to get rid of the T" 5n able gradients, the tortuous twlstin on the Crane it. would which were inevitable the-' was, it almost committed road was rushed through during.-the war social being over noisy with sotne thirty long tunnels will L bored- th6 applause. must remember that there is ,no- pit or balcony or gallery in the j X.ittle The seats .are' all high a mllc In length. priced and there are not very ave be of which nearly be recalled that at. that- thnc the well, you Incurred much Jjarsh erltl- _ jclsm fr om the English press on the sround Japan, which only a few. According to a s South Manchuria coal fleld covers America and west to